100 Armenian Tales and Their Folkloristic Relevance, collected and edited by Susie Hoogasian-Villa (Detroit, 1966), in 594 searchable and bookmarked pdf pages. These tales were collected in the 1940s in the Delray section of Detroit. The narrators were Armenians from areas to the west of Lake Van, who had fled from Turkey in the period 1915-1923 and made new lives in the United States. This excellent work, prepared by an able student of folklore, is the first collection of Armenian folktales to extensively use Stith Thompson's Motif-Index of Folk-Literature for classification. Scanned by Robert Bedrosian.